Hedge fund manager: China bank crisis 5 times worse than 2008 US crisis

A Chinese credit crisis would see the country's banks rack up losses 400 per cent larger than those run up by US banks during the subprime mortgage crisis. -CNBC

How to deal with annoying colleagues

We all have annoying colleagues. Here's how to handle them, from the perpetually grumpy to those with sticky fingers. -Her World

Resale prices of private homes up slightly in January: SRX

Resale prices of non-landed private homes in Singapore went up by 0.6 per cent in Jan 2016 from the month before. -AsiaOne

US oil prices dive below $37.50 a barrel

US crude tumbled below $27 (S$37.50) a barrel in Asia Thursday as the oversaturated market struggled to cope with high inventories in the United States and an increased output from OPEC. -AFP

Yahoo announces first round of layoffs as it trims 15% of workforce

The layoffs take effect April 11. -Reuters

Google's CEO got $278 million in stock this month

Google's boss is having a good month. -CNBC

4 basic things to know about credit card debt

How many credit card holders in Singapore carry a debt? Well, data from the Singapore Credit Bureau revealed that 1 out of 5 credit card users in Singapore in 2014 only paid the minimum sum on their credit cards. -Get.com

Asian investors keep faith in emerging market securities

Amid a global market rout, investors in Asia appear to be adding to their emerging markets holdings. -CNBC

Iskandar's challenges, 10 years on

Projects taking longer gestation period amid labour crunch, but there are bright spots. -ST

Verticle wonder

The designer of this apartment made sure to showcase its unique sloping ceiling, in creating a space perfect for two, or 20. -Home & Decor

8 timeless Warren Buffett quotes about life, business & investing

It is simply about getting more than your money's worth - and it can be applied to almost anything in the world. -The Fifth Person

Banks dangle higher fixed deposit rates

Promotional interest rates offered by banks for fixed deposits are inching closer to the 2 per cent mark, a tantalising prospect for customers keen to kick off Chinese New Year by locking in higher rates. -ST

The big change

The walls of this apartment were taken down to transform it into the bigger, better home of its owners' dreams. -Home & Decor

5 things that Singaporeans are still overpaying for

Petrol, public transport, cable TV, food and alcohol are just some things that Singaporeans are constantly overpaying for. -Dollars And Sense